This section is a place where our
members can publish their works, pictures, essays,... a meeting place for people from all
over the world who base their work on the Gaudí Style.
Feel free to participate and send us your creations
with a brief description of who you are, where you live, what you like about Gaudí,
Our members Jorge Alvarenga send us his new pictures of another mural using Gaudinian technique that he made in El Salvador. We publish the new and encourage him to keep working with the Gaudinian technique.
Thanks for your collaboration Jorge
Our member José Manuel sends us these photos of a motorbike made by him with a Gaudi theme.
Thanks for your collaboration José Manuel
From Bratislava (Slovakia) we receive a report about a building just finished based in Gaudi.
Thanks for your collaboration Klement
We reproduce the letter sent to us by Leticia Garriga, member of our club, along with some beautiful photographs from her recent trip to Gaudí’s city.
Thank you for your collaboration Leticia
Our member, JORGE ALBERTO ALVARENGA from El Salvador, is an eminent artist in mosaics. Enamoured with Gaudí, he has created a multitude of works inspired by the celebrated architect and he has sent us some photos of them. With great pleasure we reproduce them here and we encourage all our friends to collaborate with our club.
Thank you very much, Jorge Alberto
A U.S. member of our Gaudi Club sent us these interesting photos of a Gaudinian bench located in Tennessee, inspired on the Gaudí bench of the Park Güell Thank you for your collaboration Manuel Barje
From Letonia, Ugis y Juris send us some examples
of their furniture, with modernist-organic looking...
Mauricio Domínguez shows us some nice
pictures of the works he has realized about the structure of Gaudí's work.
Lluís Gassó , winner of the 3 rd price of the literary contest II
Gaudí Prize of Poetry and Short Narrative 2004, sent us a poem to whish
us a Happy New Year! (available in Catalan)
With his work “Inspiración
II, al rescate del arte rupestre”, Roberto Urbina wan the Fondart prizes
2004 as well as the regional prize of environment, mention "cultural change and
atmosphere education" for working with recyclable materials. He shows us his
artistic expresión from Iquique-Chile.
Solé visited Comillas and took a picture of himself next
to the creator of "El Capricho". Perhaps he was looking for the same inspiration
as the architect...
Feliciano Pla has
lived during 50 years in front of the east façade of the Sagrada Familia
Temple. He wants to introduce us in his another great passion, the permaculture.
Our member Josep Ors Llenares has
sent us some images of the scale model made of the
Sagrada Familia made by his father.
for Park Güell.
This summer Francisco Javier Marco has visited Barcelona. He explains us what he felt
when he saw Park Güell.
This summer Maria Teresa
Segura visited the “Capricho” of Comillas. She shares with us her experience as well
as some of her pictures.
from Venezuela , has been passionate for years now about the Sagrada Familia Temple .
He shows us four mastership drawings of the finished basilica.
|Gloria Z. Segura shares
with us her “small contribution to this great artistic
world we can discover behind the work of master Gaudí”
|Conchi lives in Madrid.
During her last trip to Barcelona she visited the Pedrera and the Sagrada Familia and got
enthusiastic about the progress of the Temple’s construction
Our member Robel Perea finds inspiration in Gaudí's works to experiment
with his photos of different cities.
great artist of laces of bobbins sends to us this gaudinian doll
|Mari Carmen Vas discovered
Barcelona and the works of Gaudí
|Robel Perea demonstrates
us his fascination for Gaudí
for Gaudí in the heights: Natalio Saludes demonstrates us that the storks
can be fans of Gaudí, too...
tells her experience in the Sagrada Familia and asks some doubts
on the Temple
|Roberto Urbina Gajardo
– a plastic artist from Iquique-chile – shows some pictures
of his work.
|Our collaborator Montse
presents us her son Joan, the youngest member of the Gaudí
and Barcelona Club .
|David Lara presents
a gaudinian park in El Pedernoso, a village of Cuenca, Spain.
|Robel Perea sends tu
us his best desires for this year 2004 and some compositions...
gaudiniana: Cristina González is an admirer of Gaudí from Valladolid.
She wants to bring us her enthusiasm towards that genius by means of her photos.
Christmas y Happy New Year: Pere Cánovas sends to us his personal congratulation.
|Edwin Williams sends
to us eight photos that he did the day of his Brithday in Barcelona.
what an original - Robel Perea sends us his photos of his last visit in Barcelona.
| Daniel is just 5 years
old. His mother, Montse, sends us these drawings and photographs
from one of the youngest admirers of the Sagrada Familia architect.
Passion: Lily sends us from Chiapas three beautiful photographs of his stay in Barcelona
Gaudí: Elisabeth Figa invites us to visit
her photographic exhibition . Bearing the name "Kaleidoscope Gaudí", shows
new and original compositions parting from fragments of the work of the genial architect
Giant of La Pedrera: Josep Tomás assisted to the
Fiesta Mayor of Barcelona and took photographs of the giant that represents the warriors of
the Casa Milà roof
and Jujol: Ernest Vallhonrat tells us he assited to the
lecture "Jujol, the collaborator of Gaudí in several works in Barcelona and Palma
de Mallorca" by the art historian Josep M. Jujol jr.
to Gaudí: María Carolina Rojo and
Ignacio Cerezo Laporta send us an interesting text acompanied with photos from a building
with gaudinian reminiscences in the heart of Buenos Aires
Gaudí: Raúl Puyo shows us from Uruguay
a choice of his more than 400 photos of works by Gaudí
in Colombia: Diego Maldonado sends us from Colombia the poster of a cycle of lectures
about Gaudí and warns us of the organizing of a next international event in that country
towards Gaudí: Mariana Fiorentino sends us from
the United States some images of his trip to Barcelona
Barcelona: Andy Gascoine was in the city with his wife,
to whom he showed some of the works of Gaudí
of the Sagrada Familia: Chris Fulmer remained impressed with Gaudí's
work, and tried to catch the greatness of the genius in some photographies.
trip to Barcelona: From Ethan Chen and his wife in Taiwan.
photos of the Park Güell: from Claudio in Argentina.
to the Xalet Gaudí: David "Pomper".
Marcelo Marchese "In
this work I wanted to represent the old Gaudí, being employed one night at the workshop
of the crypt of the Sagrada Familia, at these special moments of inspiration, creating."
|Sagrada Familia: December
2001:Alberto Arredondo has sent new pictures of the Sagrada Familia that he
took in December.
Familia: June 2001: Tim Beveridge has sent new pictures that he took last
Architecture: Ingrid Siliakus & Marivi Garrido introduce us into the
Origamic Architecture, an interesting reproduction of architecture made with paper.
Família 3D Model: another member who writes in the Forum is Álex Reyes and
he is designing the Sagrad Família in 3D by CAD; here you can see the process.
drawing: from Barcelona we have received this original drawing made by Uxua.
Aerial Pictures: Tim Beveridge use to participate in the Gaudí Club Forum
but today has sent us two aerial pictures from Sagrada Familia.
Disco and Videobar: from Mexico we received these pictures that show a disco and
videobar designed by André García who told us about Gaudí influence in his projects.
views: Rodrigo Alarcón lived for some years in Barcelona. He now lives in
Liverpool but returns often. On one return visit, he took some great panoramic photos, and
here's one that he sent to us. NEW ONE!
wedding aniversary at Barcelona: Russell A. Harrison and his wife made a
travel to Barcelona to celebrate their tenth wedding aniversary. They visited Gaudí works,
in New York city: Harry C. Laurie has sent us these beautiful pictures of
one bench made with trencadis in New York.
from Brno: Bohumila visited Barcelona and Oropesa and she has sent us the
pictures she took during her trip.
Familia finished: Juanjo has sent us a drawing that show how will be Sagrada
in Barcelona: Lara Fontana spent five days last summer in Barcelona and she
discovered all Gaudí's works. Here you can see her pictures.
Gaudí: An Unfinished Vision": In the 1960's, Pennsylvania-born filmmaker, John
Alaimo traveled to Barcelona and fell in love with the work of Antonio Gaudí. He decided
to make a movie which documented his life and works.
by Gaudí: These pictures were taken by Riccardo Avenali, italian man who
is studying Art at Bologna's DAMS and who felt in love with the great architect's works
Corner: Nine years ago Ferran Bonet left Barcelona and went to live to Caracas.
Since then he remembers his beatiful city with pictures, drawings and internet.
Güell Proposal: At the Gaudinist Conferences in Holland, we could see the fantastic
proposal of Emerson and Cheryl Martlage: build the Colonia Gúell Church.
black and white: we always receive coloured pictures, but this time, Marcela
Martínez has sent us black and white pictures of Gaudí works.
Sketch: Enrique Robira, from Buenos Aires, loves Gaudí works but he
hasn't had yet in Barcelona. Nevertheless he has sent us an skecth of La Pedrera that he
found in a book.
Association: at Holland we meet Maria Mercè Bachs who is the president
of the Pro-Miranda Association; their main purpose is to rebuild the Torre Mateu, built
in 1906 by Gaudí but destroyed during the sixties.
Familia: if you go to the Park Güell and look at the city you will see a incredible
view of the Sagrada Familia with the Mediterranean sea behind it. Gonzalo Campillo
has sent us one picture from there.
Ali & Rob has sent us these pictures from the flat that Caixa Catalunya has decorated
in La Pedrera like a real flat of the begining of the century, and also pictures from the
Familia: Gary sent us this photo that he took from the inside of the Nativity
Fachade at la Sagrada Familia.
at Costa Brava: last august Aleksander Kotulecki worked as as tutor at camp
for polish young people. He sent us two pictures from his holidays.
La Pedrera: Jan-Martijn Verlaan, from Eindhoven, used to visit Barcelona
once every two years. Here you can see pictures from his last trip and a video from Sagrada
and architecture: The Norweigan architect Frode Svane tells us about his
current projects and sends many pictures of landscapes, Montserrat and other things.
works: Last May, Tim Beveridge visited Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. Here
are some of his photographs of the church in progress. Expect more photos from him soon...
Barcelona: Last June, Janet Tawell visited us in Barcelona and took these
nice shots. Then she sent them to us.
come true: Stephanie Vincent came to Barcelona in November and she wanted
to share these photos with all of us.
Familia: Dale McClain sent us these images which he found in the Microsoft©
in November: The 21st of November it snowed in Barcelona. Clàudia F. Giua
went there and took these pictures.
In return for the welcome gifts, Alberto Arredondo sent us this beatiful picture.
Pessebre: Maria Jovillà gave us these two pictures of one Pessebre
that she did in 1998.
Família finished: Jordi Martínez has sent us a postcard which
shows what Sagrada Família will look like when complete.
Família: Fernando Carmona of Sevilla sent us two pictures of Sagrada
We received these two photos taken by Pablo Hernan of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Photo Tour: Eugene Radvenis is an architect from Canada who visited the Club
last February. Then he sent us these incredible photos.
Pedrera" picture: Last week, Vlasta Zugelj sent us this photo that she
took in Barcelona in September.
and Sagrada Familia pictures: We received these images from Tasmania. They were
taken by Samsudin Kamis.
at night: Edwin W. Young took this stunning image during his stay in Barcelona.
Giants: Pilar Carretero took this picture of the Pedrera's Giants in their
presentation to the citizens.